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War of the Fae: Book 6 (Between the Realms)

By Elle Casey
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  • Publisher : Elle Casey
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NEW YORK TIMES and USA TODAY BESTSELLING AUTHOR, ELLE CASEY, brings readers Book 6 in the YA Urban Fantasy WAR OF THE FAE Series. [Formerly titled Clash of the Otherworlds, Book 2] Jayne Sparks Blackthorn continues her journey as a changeling member of the Fae living in the Green Forest. Decisions have been made and the Fae Council has spoken. The chosen few must leave the Here and Now to undo the damage begun over a thousand years ago. Loyalties are questioned. Intentions are suspect. Angels and demons, witches and werewolves, pixies and elves. Everyone has a secret it seems, and the bridge between the Light and Dark lies squarely in the Gray. Content Warning: Mild violence and significant foul language within. Meant for older Young Adult readers (age 15+). WAR OF THE FAE SERIES READING ORDER War of the Fae: Book 1 (The Changelings) **Free at most retailers** War of the Fae: Book 2 (Call to Arms) War of the Fae: Book 3 (Darkness and Light) War of the Fae: Book 4 (New World Order) War of the Fae: Book 5 (After the Fall) [Formerly titled Clash of the Otherworlds, Book 1] War of the Fae: Book 6 (Between the Realms) [Formerly titled Clash of the Otherworlds, Book 2] War of the Fae: Book 7 (Portal Guardians) [Formerly titled Clash of the Otherworlds, Book 3] War of the Fae: Book 8 (Time Slipping) War of the Fae: Book 9 (Dragon Riders) **Coming soon** War of the Fae: Book 10 (Winged Warriors) **Coming soon** HERE'S WHAT READERS ARE SAYING ABOUT WAR OF THE FAE, BOOK 6: “Once again Elle Casey raises the bar. Just when you think it can't get any better you read the next book and are blown away.” ~ Jamie, Goodreads reviewer “Completely addicted to this series. Another great story by Elle Casey. Once again Ms. Casey has deprived me of sleep by writing a story so intriguing that I read through the night.” ~ M. Palmer, Amazon reviewer “Amazing book! Very hard to put down! A wonderful continuing to the series. But I was about to throw my Kindle clear across the room when I realized I was at the end. I wanted more. Elle Casey is an amazing author. And she is very good at her cliffhangers, she has a way of always making you want more. But that is the mark of only the best of authors. I look forward to her next...” ~ Kristal Coulter, Amazon Reviewer “This book is laugh out loud funny...but I come to expect that from Elle (her humor and voice speak to me like a best friend)… I have recommended all of Elle's books, and if you read one and like her voice then I would tell you read them all! Thanks again, Elle, for the wild ride and the rush of adrenaline you provide on a regular basis.” ~ Tracey Murphy, Goodreads Reviewer About this series: A reader fan recently set up a blog dedicated to casting the actors for the War of the Fae movie. No, it is not in production to be made into a movie, nor have I sold the rights to anyone for the movie. But just in case I ever do, my fans will be sure the casting director has a complete line-up ready! Check it out: ellecasey.com/WOTF_Movie

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Book Summary:

A battle rages for one man’s consciousness. And the dragon is winning. The beast inside Mara Lantern’s mentor leaves a trail of destruction across Portland as it stalks her mother. So busy fending off attacks, Mara can’t figure out why her 10-year-old niece has come to visit—from more than twenty years in the future. She must unravel the mystery of how these events are related, or she will lose them all. -------- Join Mara Lantern and her companions in a seven-volume science fiction adventure through reality, time and space, where they encounter everything from steampunk dream worlds to artificial humans, from dragons to disembodied spirits, where metaphysics is science and magic is just one belief from coming true. Author’s note: To fully enjoy the story, you should read this series in order. Book 1: Broken Realms Book 2: Broken Souls Book 3: Broken Dragon Book 4: Broken Pixels Book 5: Broken Dreams Book 6: Broken Spells Book 7: Broken Talisman This series was previously titled The Chronicles of Mara Lantern. Individual book titles and contents have not changed.

Thinking Physics for Teaching

By C. Bernardini,C. Tarsitani,M. Vicentini
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  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Isbn : 1461519217
  • Pages : 454
  • Category : Psychology
  • Reads : 124
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Book Summary:

The research in Physics Education has to do with the search of solutions to the complex problem of how to improve the learning and teaching of physics. The complexity of the problem lies in the different fields of knowledge that need to be considered in the research. In fact, besides the disciplinary knowledge in physics (which must be considered from the conceptual, the historical, and the epistemological framework), one has to take into account some basic knowledge in the context of psychology and the cognitive sciences (for the general and contextual aspects of learning) and some basic knowledge in education and comunication (for what concerns teaching skills and strategies). Looking back at the historical development of the research one may recognize that the complexity of the endeavour was not clear at first but became clear in its development, which shifted the focus of the research in the course of time from physics to learning to teaching. We may say that the research started, more than 30 years ago, with a focus on disciplinary knowledge. Physicists in different parts of the western world, after research work in some field of physics, decided to concentrate on the didactical comunication of physical knowledge.

'The Contending Kingdoms'

By Glenn Richardson
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  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Isbn : 1351892363
  • Pages : 210
  • Category : History
  • Reads : 590
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Book Summary:

The kingdoms of France and England were for many centuries military, economic, cultural and colonial rivals. This is particularly true of the early modern period which witnessed the rise of French military hegemony and the expansion of English commerce. Dealing with the period 1420-1700, this collection offers a snapshot of Anglo-French relations across the three centuries from established historians and younger scholars from France, Britain and Luxembourg. Based broadly on 'diplomatic' history, but incorporating wider perspectives from cultural and social or gender history; each essay uncovers the fascinating and complex arrangements that characterize Anglo-French relations in this period. Competition and hostility between the two kingdoms there certainly was, but it took a surprising variety of forms and often proved intellectually productive for one side or the other and sometimes for both. The chapters mix treatments of broad themes and particular circumstances or individuals and each makes specific comparisons with French and English experience across the early-modern period. In so doing they elaborate and go beyond the evidence of Anglo-French hostility to explore evidence of political co-operation and cultural influences, highlighting just how close early modern England's connections with France were, even at times of crisis.

Awakening as a Human*Divine Being

By Donald E. Weiner Ph.D.,Diane Weiner M.S.
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  • Publisher : Xlibris Corporation
  • Isbn : 1664180265
  • Pages : 314
  • Category : Psychology
  • Reads : 261
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Book Summary:

In this book, we incorporate wisdom from Zoroastrianism on the angels of transformation and the Archangel of the Earth; from Ibn 'Arabi on the barzakh (the interface between manifestation and subtle reality), creative imagination, and the human-divine relationship; from Hazrat Inayat Khan, Pir Vilayat, and Pir Zia on contemporary Sufi teachings which state that every desire begins with a divine impulse and that the purpose of spirituality is awakening of divinity in life; as well as from realizations from the authors' meditations, inspirations, and spiritual dialogues which form the basis what they call the Gabrielite Work. Everyone has the potential to awaken to their existence in multiple realms of reality, and to contribute in a unique way from the fullness of their being to the never ending human-divine co-creative process.

Beyond the Wonderful

By Donald E. Weiner Ph.D.,Diane Weiner M.S.
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  • Publisher : Xlibris Corporation
  • Isbn : 1669810933
  • Pages : 306
  • Category : Religion
  • Reads : 893
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Book Summary:

So what is beyond the wonderful? It is taking a quantum leap into the seeded possibilities of what Pir Vilayat Inayat Khan called “the pull of the future”. We invite you to use your highest imagination to realize the creative dynamic between the manifest and transcendent parts of your being, through which life’s problems become portals to the sacred. Everything then speaks as Gabriel, the divine messenger. By fulfilling the deepest desire of your heart, you participate in the brilliant becoming of all that is enfolded in the Universe. You have a unique and precious gift to offer to creation. Wisdom emerges from the circulation and transformation of the light of your being with the light of whatever you are in relationship with. Ultimately, life is your teacher that presents you with never-ending opportunities for awakening and growth. In this book, we offer an approach to spirituality in which you will learn to develop your faculty of creative imagination, modulate your consciousness, and discover yourself as a multidimensional being by working with many practices and guided meditations. By deepening the relationship between your manifest and transcendent aspects, you enable new possibilities to emerge which transform the world.

Wholly Citizens

By Joel Biermann
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  • Publisher : Fortress Press
  • Isbn : 150642225X
  • Pages : 228
  • Category : Religion
  • Reads : 865
  • File Pdf: wholly-citizens.pdf

Book Summary:

Wholly Citizens addresses the relation between the church and the world in light of the Reformation teaching of the two realms—especially as presented by Luther. Rather than exploring again the usual texts of Luther from the 1520’s, this book begins with a careful reading of Luther’s Commentary on Psalm 81 (1531), and then considers subsequent interpreters of Luther, both faithful and otherwise, and the dubious legacy they have left the church. The book argues that both the corporate church as well as individual believers are responsible for the world, and that each must speak directly about and to the world in meaningful ways. The final section of the book addresses the concrete situation facing believers in the early 21st century in light of faithful Reformation teaching about the two realms. Following this path leads to conclusions not entirely expected, including the forthright rejection of “a wall of separation” between church and state, and also a rebuke of the familiar clamor for the preservation of the rights of Christians and the church. Heedless of the status quo, Wholly Citizens offers an engaging and bracing picture of Christian life in today’s world—a picture framed in theological truth.